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Bluejay
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We are getting a couple of large batteries for our solar panels and, as they only have space to go up against the NE side of the house (facing 50 degr ...

Bundaboy
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Just to get my feet wet for quite some time here is a picture of my French Cleat wall in my workshop, it is, of course, now fully populated with all ...

jasejw
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Hello fellow DIYers! I'm looking at hanging a large self made entertainment unit. It's similar to a Kallax. 16mm boards with open back. I am trying to ...

misszara
Newbie
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I did this project entirely solo (minus light installation) to prove to myself that I could do it. The bench is the original bench and vice from what ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
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Many Bunnings stores offer a timber cutting service to help you get your wood home and get started on your project. Here are some frequently asked q ...

peterh450
Occasional Browser
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Somewhere comfortable to sit and enjoy the sun. Recycled pallets stained with teak deck oil.

Noyade
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Didn't think it would work, but tremendous success today in removing a wood screw with a destroyed head. I think my failure in the past has been to us ...

selvan1426
New Contributor
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I’d like to know how I can enclose one side of my carport. So I can store things in it without it getting destroyed by the wind, dust etc.  

IBuildStuff
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A couple of weeks ago, I picked up a little anvil for a very reasonable price off Facebook Marketplace. Now while I had no immediate need for an anvil ...

RatBoy
Budding Contributor
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Hi, I recently moved into my new place, and apart from a lot of other things needing attention, I thought I would start off by making a workshop in ...

Noyade
Trusted Contributor
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I saw this in today's Aldi catalogue. 710 watts. Would this be a 'brushed' motor - therefore loud like a corded drill? Too small for an induction moto ...

Ricochet
Budding Contributor
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Hi. I have just bought an Ozito 12v cordless drill. Could I use the battery from that in an Ozito 18v Circular saw or other Ozito power tool.

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